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BLURRED FACES 04

The Fourth issue of our video-zine BLURRED FACES. Subways and trains from Hamburg, New York, Berlin, Stockholm, Barcelona, Athens, Madrid and more.

Watch earlier episodes of BLURRED FACES here:
Blurred Faces 01
Blurred Faces 02
Blurred Faces 03

The face is crucial for human identity. We use our face to express our feelings, communicate and identify each other. The first impression of a person we meet is often based of their looks. By blurring a persons face he/she will be unreachable and non-identifiable. Focus will move from the person to his or hers actions. BLURRED FACES is a video-zine by SPRAY DAILY™ featuring anonymous faceless artists writing their pseudonyms on trains and subways around the world.

RUNNERS 12 – Cosak

In this twelfth episode of the RUNNERS series we feature graffiti writer Cosak who paints a couple of panels in Hamburg and showing some traffic footage, enjoy!

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MUSIC: IVY LAB – Amber & SHOKH – Vanditerion
Edited by: Superspray
Camera: Edward Nightingale
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RUNNERS As a graffiti train writer you are always happy if you don’t have to run away from your unfinished piece. If your able to catch your piece running the day after so you can get your traffic photos during rush hour you’re even more happy. Our video series called RUNNERS is focused on graffiti on trains and for each episode we will feature actions and traffic videos from a selected writer or team of writers.

DISCLAIMER Spray Daily is a publisher committed to documenting the graffiti culture world wide. We do not condone, promote or encourage vandalism, the destruction of property or any kind of illegal activity whether it be public or private. All photos and/or videos published without a name and credited photographer were sent to us anonymously.

OUT NOW! Incognito Magazine #22

Finally issue 22 of Incognito Magazine is out, get your copy here: www.spraydaily.com/shop

For this new edition we went for a sit-down with a veteran in the French graffiti-scene: Gues. Train-maestro Reko came blessing us with some great shots from his adventures. From Sweden we have another guy focused on colorful trains under the alias Såg. Moving on in this editions “train painter focus” we share a big load of funky flicks from Plorvi as well as Japhy.

Furthermore, we have some sparking sections of unpublished exclusive pictures of mixed trains, walls and bombing from all your favorite writers from all over the world that we hope you will keep you busy for a while.